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@achewood Barely passed Oregon driver's test. Lots of rules about Yielding to the Distraught and slow-moving salmon trucks on one-way switchbacks.

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Achewood / Re: Did I really see...
« on: December 02, 2017, 04:19:17 am »
Astros Win! ASTROS WIN!!!

People & Places / Re: Paul Harvey
« on: December 02, 2017, 04:17:45 am »
Perhaps you should try to recreate the films whilst dressed in an oversized novelty diaper.  For posterity.

The world will have to make due with the awesome cuteness of me as an adult.

Arts & Entertainment / Re: Bojack Hossman
« on: December 02, 2017, 04:16:02 am »
Question: what became of the Sugarman sugar cube company and the associated family fortune? Did Beatrice ever actually inherit it? I don't think that's covered.

My assumption is that Bojack has already inherited the money. Given his extravagant lifestyle, and they mentioned that his salary for Bojack, at least at the start, was $28.000 per episode, it's clear he would have been broke many years before the show began. It's Sugarman Sugar Cube money he's spending, not Horsin' Around cash.

Wild Card / Re: Shit my ________ says
« on: December 02, 2017, 04:09:54 am »

Arts & Entertainment / Re: Bojack Hossman
« on: September 20, 2017, 03:47:31 am »
"Thoughts and prayers."

I didn't laugh at this until the next day when I saw someone post it on Facebook. Not ironically, but for real.

Achewood / Re: Holy Dickens and Delilah - 19 April 2004
« on: September 20, 2017, 03:45:02 am »
What the hell people. Just because Jough owns the place does that mean he doesn't have to include a strop link in his post?

History / Re: #blacklivesmatter
« on: September 20, 2017, 03:37:31 am »
Is there a particular guide to what exactly the national anthem should mean to all citizens?

The anthem itself is about how the flag gave hope to soldiers who survived a siege. So there's some validity to the honoring the soldiers line of thinking. It's also about how slavery is awesome or something like that, but we don't sing that part anymore. Maybe if we did people would better understand Kepernick's protest.

People & Places / Re: Paul Harvey
« on: September 20, 2017, 03:15:39 am »
Hey y'all. I moved houses about 3 months ago and I just now got around to setting up my desktop computer. TOUAMB is impossible for me on the phone. I've really missed you guys and yes, I am safe. My mama got flooded, but we're alright. Biggest loss was about 40 reels of 8mm film from when I was a child. So the world will be forever deprived of the awesome cuteness of me as a baby.

People & Places / Re: The Birthday Fellow's Ode
« on: July 12, 2017, 09:07:33 pm »
I'm going to this party!

Wild Card / Re: Return of the Son of Today I'm Gonna...
« on: June 27, 2017, 07:30:30 am »
There is a meme/phrase that stresses me out that goes around a lot on twitter, where women talk about how they date "mediocre men." This makes me frustrated bc I'm sure a lot of people date people who suck, but "mediocre" makes me think you're judging someone by all the wrong metrics!

The Bible says something about pointing out the speck in your neighbors eye and ignoring the mote in your own eye. Which I think is incredibly true. And by that logic, these women dating mediocre men are likely pretty mediocre themselves. Let's face it, nobody these days wants to take responsibility for their shortcomings. At least not publicly. It's too easy to sidestep and blame. It's because nobody presents their true face on social media, it's a curated approximation with most of the negative bits left on the cutting room floor. So literally everyone you meet is going to be a letdown from who they are on Twitter.

Science & Nature / Re: Aminals
« on: June 26, 2017, 06:44:29 pm »
I think maybe you should adopt/borrow 20 more dogs, train 'em for a while and you can run full scrimmages.

Yes, yes, I am completely loving the football analogies. So, what breeds would be best suited for the different positions?

Let's see, for QB you gotta go with the Border Collie because they are the smartest. Wide Receiver, that's where you need speed, so greyhound. Of course Ash, we'd have your cattle dog playing safety. English Bulldog on the O-Line?

Wild Card / Re: Return of the Son of Today I'm Gonna...
« on: June 26, 2017, 06:29:09 pm »
Well I have no idea whether you are less mature in real life than you seem on the internet... but you are certainly too old to date someone who acts like they are in middle school.


Wild Card / Re: Shit my ________ says
« on: June 21, 2017, 04:01:18 am »
Is that disproven though?

I think the consensus is that it's probably cricket sounds, but they've been manipulated to sound like a choir. This article has a sound file of what it actually sounds like when you slow down a cricket chirp.

Science & Nature / Re: Aminals
« on: June 20, 2017, 09:52:15 pm »
I'll take your point, but to be clear, dogs are racist as fuck!

Science & Nature / Re: Aminals
« on: June 20, 2017, 12:41:49 am »
Also, when Cattle Dhog wants to get to a ball he shoulder checks the loaner Lab and herds him out of line, just like a fuck*ng sheep.

That's great.  I love that.  I pretty much like dogs better than most people I know.
Even a crummy dog is better than most people.

This response doesn't make sense to me. I mean, I love dogs, they are awesome in many ways, but in this case I can't side with the dog. It's nice dog behavior, but imagine a human scenario. Dog wants his morning coffee for instance, but doesn't want to wait his turn so he cuts the queue and pushes the person in front out of the way. You would not think that dog was better than a human.

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